Pet & Animal Policies

Welcome! We strive to help ensure mutual accountability and responsibility for the benefit of all our residents and tenants. It’s imperative that ALL our residents and tenants fully understand and acknowledge our pet and animal-related policies. This also includes residents and tenants that do not own a pet or animal. We require EVERYONE to complete a third-party screening and review process. This quick and easy process ensures we have your pet and animal-related policy acknowledgments, pet/animal history and records, and legal attestation of truthfulness and accuracy on file. To start, please select one of the three options below that best describes you:
  • No Pets or Animals

    This is a required application process for anyone that does NOT own a pet or animal. There is no cost ($) to you for completing the application process

  • Household Pets

    This is a required application process for anyone that owns a household pet. This includes dogs and cats and might include pets that live in cages such as birds, hamsters, rabbits, snakes or fish tanks (because of the contained water) so please ask your housing provider for clarification regarding these types of pets

  • Assistance Animals

    This process provides a HIPAA compliant and secure way of submitting a reasonable accommodation request for an assistance animal (service animals, emotional support animals, companion animals, etc.) that will be reviewed by a third-party legal review team to ensure the accommodation request meets HUD’s Fair Housing Act guidelines. There is no cost ($0) to you to submit an accommodation request. Please make sure you are aware of your State’s laws, if any, for submitting a fraudulent accommodation request

* NOTICE TO ALL RESIDENTS & APPLICANTS: Everyone must complete the screening process. This is not only for pet and animal owners but also for residents and applicants that DO NOT own a pet or animal.
Pet & Animal Policy

Unless the parties agree otherwise in writing, Tenant is not allowed to have any pets on the Property, even temporarily. (A certified service animal or emotional support animal is not considered a pet, but Tenant must provide legal documentation for such animals and go through Landlord’s screening process prior to having any such animals on the Property.) If Tenant violates this Paragraph, Landlord may take all or any of the following action: (i) declare Tenant to be in default of this Lease and exercise Landlord's remedies under Paragraph 18(b); (ii) charge Tenant, as additional rent, an initial amount of $500 and $25 per day thereafter per pet for each day Tenant violates the pet restrictions; (iii) remove or cause to be removed any unauthorized pet and deliver it to appropriate local authorities by providing at least 24-hour written notice to Tenant of Landlord's intention to remove the unauthorized pet; and (iv) charge to Tenant the Landlord's cost to remove any unauthorized pet, exterminate the Property for fleas and other insects, clean and deodorize the Property's carpets and drapes, and repair any damage to the Property caused by the unauthorized pet. When taking any action under this Paragraph, Landlord will not be liable for any harm, injury, death, or sickness to any pet.